Characterization of the hemoglobin of the backswimmer Anisops deanei (Hemiptera).


While O(2)-binding hemoglobin-like proteins are present in many insects, prominent amounts of hemoglobin have only been found in a few species. Backswimmers of the genera Anisops and Buenoa (Notonectidae) have high concentrations of hemoglobin in the large tracheal cells of the abdomen. Oxygen from the hemoglobin is delivered to a gas bubble and controls… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.ibmb.2012.04.007


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